This image was captured while I was at Railey Beach in southern Thailand. It’s a beautiful stretch of sand close to Ton sai Beach (one of my favorite beaches in Thailand). You can only get there by boat that is why there are so many long tail boats at the beach waiting for tourists! Read more »
Since I lived in Bangkok I’ve visited a couple of temples, the wat arun is one of the most beautiful that I have seen! It’s located at the western shore of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. The english translation of wat arun is the Temple of the dawn. Unfortunately I have never made it… Read more »
It was hot, very very hot! When I left my apartment on Friday afternoon I felt like a heat wave hit me but about two minutes later I was feeling fine… I was already soaked in water! This was my first Songkran and I immediately knew I would love it! I heard a little bit… Read more »
The country really learned its lesson. After the 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck off the west coast of Sumatra on Wednesday afternoon at around 3 PM it didn’t take long for more than 20 countries to issue Tsunami warnings. From Australia to South Africa countries were on high alert for what would happen the hours afterwards.… Read more »
Since I moved to Bangkok I haven’t had a lot of “Me-Time”. I decided to leave the city and go to see one of the nearby cities at the beach. One of the best-known and close by resort towns is Hua Hin. I needed some time off from people, internet, work etc… Working as a… Read more »
For the ones of you who liked and follow me on Facebook, you know that it was a crazy week when I was in southern Thailand! Next to being a travel blogger I currently work as a marketing consultant in Bangkok. One of my jobs was in Krabi where we were doing a video and… Read more »
Wat Phra Chettuphon Wimon Mangkhlaram Ratchaworamahawihan or as most of us know it “Temple of the Reclining Buddha” is one of the most visited attractions in Bangkok. The temple is one of the oldest and largest of its kind in Bangkok and features the famous reclining Buddha, which measures more than 40 meters long and… Read more »
I have never been a big fan of ice cream. There is no explanation behind this. I would never go to a shop and just buy an ice cream. Same with sweets, my grandma would always make dessert and I would always refuse eating it cause I’m not a fan of all this sweet stuff.… Read more »
Bangkok, Thailand The weekend market bangkok is one of the biggest I have ever seen so far. Over 9000 shops can be found next to each other divided in over 27 sections. Hundred thousands of visitors come here each weekend to go shopping. You will not only find the tourist here, locals and many expats… Read more »
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